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* Tom Elliott, Gabriel Bodard, Hugh Cayless et al. (2006-2016), ''EpiDoc: Epigraphic Documents in TEI XML''. Online material, available: <http://epidoc.sf.net>.
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* Tom Elliott, Gabriel Bodard, Hugh Cayless et al. (2006-2019), ''EpiDoc: Epigraphic Documents in TEI XML''. Online material, available: <http://epidoc.sf.net>.
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==

Latest revision as of 11:09, 9 October 2019

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  • Tom Elliott, Gabriel Bodard, Hugh Cayless et al. (2006-2019), EpiDoc: Epigraphic Documents in TEI XML. Online material, available: <http://epidoc.sf.net>.

[edit] Description

From the EpiDoc website (accessed 2019-10-09):

EpiDoc is an international, collaborative effort that provides guidelines and tools for encoding scholarly and educational editions of ancient documents. It uses a subset of the Text Encoding Initiative's standard for the representation of texts in digital form and was developed initially for the publication of digital editions of ancient inscriptions (e.g. Inscriptions of Aphrodisias, Vindolanda Tablets Online). Its domain has expanded to include the publication of papyri and manuscripts (e.g. Papyri.info). It addresses not only the transcription and editorial treatment of texts themselves, but also the history and materiality of the objects on which the texts appear (i.e., manuscripts, monuments, tablets, papyri, and other text-bearing objects).

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[edit] Projects according to EpiDoc DTD/schema employed

A full list of projects can be found at the category page

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[edit] Schema 8.16

[edit] Schema 8.13

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[edit] DTD v. 6

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[edit] DTD 2-beta-1

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